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WATCH: President Donald Trump Meets With Secretary of Defense James Mad Dog Mattis At The Pentagon

President Trump takes part in Ceremonial Swearing-In of Secretary of Defense James Mattis. Vice President Mike Pence also attends & makes remarks at the Hall of Heroes.
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James Mattis takes the ceremonial swearing-in as secretary of defense. President Trump also announces executive orders to rebuild the armed services and new vetting measures on immigrants.

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Donald Trump Reveals Pick Of James ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis For Secretary Of Defense | TODAY

President-elect Donald Trump surprised his staff during a rally in Ohio by revealing his choice of Marine Gen. James “Mad Dog” Mattis as his secretary of defense. The unexpected announcement came during the first stop of Trump’s “thank you” tour. NBC’s Peter Alexander reports for TODAY.
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Raw: Defense Secretary Mattis Arrives at Pentagon

James Mattis, President Donald Trump's Defense Secretary, arrives at the Pentagon for his first visit since being sworn into office Friday night. (Jan. 21)

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Trump names James Mattis as secretary of defense

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It's been a busy week for President-elect Donald Trump, who has been announcing a series of nominees for his administration.
In his latest announcement, he chose General James Mad-dog Mattis to be the country's next secretary of defense.
Our Kim Jung-soo has more on what this could mean for Korea and the world.
President-elect Donald Trump named retired Marine General James Mattis to be his secretary of defense, during a rally on Thursday in Cincinnati, Ohio.
According to media reports, including the Washington Post, a formal announcement will be made next Monday.
The 66-year old Mattis, whose nicknames include Mad-dog and Warrior-monk, led the U.S. Central Command -- which oversees military operations in the Middle East and Southwest Asia -- from 2010 to 2013, before being replaced by the Obama administration for being too aggressive and hawkish.
James Kim, director of Korea's Asan Institute for Policy Studies, says the Mattis appointment should be seen in context with Trump's recent announcements and promises.

He's emphasized three very important themes in his 100-day plan. He's talked about 'making America great again,' and secondly he's also talked about bargaining with both adversaries and allies from 'positions of strength'... and, finally, he's also stated his intent to increase the United States' defense spending.

This means the Trump administration is willing to actively employ military force to improve its economic and diplomatic positions in relation to both allies and adversaries, including North Korea.

You take all of these three together, it seems to suggest it's not an isolationist foreign policy, but a policy that emphasizes U.S. national interest and using military strength as a key component or tool for furthering that interest.

While Mattis is known as a tough negotiator, Kim says he should still be seen as a positive component to current South Korea-U.S. relations.

It's important to not stretch and over-interpret this appointment, because policies are not made by a single individual cabinet. Having said that, I think it's important to understand that James Mattis has come out publicly in support of keeping, if not strengthening, existing alliances that the U.S. has around the world. That's positive news for South Korea.

Still, Mattis faces an important obstacle: because he only retired in 2013, Congress will have to waive a requirement that states that a defense secretary must be a civilian for at least seven years... before leading the Pentagon.
Kim Jung-soo, Arirang News.


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FNN: President Trump At Pentagon Ceremonial Swearing-In of Secretary of Defense James Mattis

President Trump takes part in Ceremonial Swearing-In of Secretary of Defense James Mattis. Vice President Mike Pence also attends & makes remarks at the Hall of Heroes.

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Trump Picks Former Gen. James 'Mad Dog' Mattis for Defense Secretary

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump will formally announce his pick for secretary of defense Tuesday in North Carolina. But thanks to Trump's premature reveal in Ohio Thursday, we already know who it will be. VOA Pentagon correspondent has more.
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President-elect Donald Trump announced at a rally in Cincinnati that he will appoint Gen. James Mad Dog Mattis to secretary of defense.
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New Defense Secretary Mattis Arrives at Pentagon

(21 Jan 2017) James Mattis, President Donald Trump's Defense Secretary, arrives at the Pentagon for his first visit since being sworn into office Friday night.
Mattis was confirmed by the Senate Friday afternoon.


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Trump names James Mattis as secretary of defense

트럼프, 국방장관 미친 개 매티스 전 사령관 낙점
Another key factor for curbing North Korea's nuclear ambitions -- is Washington's policy vis-a-vis the Korean peninsula. Which is why all eyes are on who will make up the Donald Trump administration.
The latest announcement from PResident-elect, Trump: he will nominate Marine General James Mad-dog Mattis to be the country's next secretary of defense.
Our Kim Jung-soo has more on what this could mean for Korea and the world.
President-elect Donald Trump named retired Marine General James Mattis to be his secretary of defense, during a rally on Thursday in Cincinnati, Ohio.
According to media reports, including the Washington Post, a formal announcement will be made next Monday.
The 66-year old Mattis, whose nicknames include Mad-dog and Warrior-monk, led the U.S. Central Command -- which oversees military operations in the Middle East and Southwest Asia -- from 2010 to 2013, before being replaced by the Obama administration for being too aggressive and hawkish.
James Kim, director of Korea's Asan Institute for Policy Studies, says the Mattis appointment should be seen in context with Trump's recent announcements and promises.

He's emphasized three very important themes in his 100-day plan. He's talked about 'making America great again,' and secondly he's also talked about bargaining with both adversaries and allies from 'positions of strength'... and, finally, he's also stated his intent to increase the United States' defense spending.

This means the Trump administration is willing to actively employ military force to improve its economic and diplomatic positions in relation to both allies and adversaries, including North Korea.

You take all of these three together, it seems to suggest it's not an isolationist foreign policy, but a policy that emphasizes U.S. national interest and using military strength as a key component or tool for furthering that interest.

While Mattis is known as a tough negotiator, Kim says he should still be seen as a positive component to current South Korea-U.S. relations.

It's important to not stretch and over-interpret this appointment, because policies are not made by a single individual cabinet. Having said that, I think it's important to understand that James Mattis has come out publicly in support of keeping, if not strengthening, existing alliances that the U.S. has around the world. That's positive news for South Korea.

Still, Mattis faces an important obstacle: because he only retired in 2013, Congress will have to waive a requirement that states that a defense secretary must be a civilian for at least seven years... before leading the Pentagon.
Kim Jung-soo, Arirang News.


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Fmr. Defense Sec. and 'overrated' General James Mattis takes jabs at Pres. Trump

Former Defense Secretary James Mattis appeared at the Alfred E. Smith dinner in New York City and took several jabs at his former boss, President Donald Trump, who called Mattis 'overrated' earlier this week.

Donald Trump Formally Announces Nomination Of James Mattis As Secretary Of Defense | NBC News

Gen. James Mattis joins President-elect Donald Trump on stage after Trump tells a crowd in North Carolina.
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U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis resigns amid policy differences with Trump

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, often said to be a stabilizing force in President Donald Trump's cabinet, has submitted his resignation. Citing policy differences, Mattis said in his resignation letter that it is right for me to step down so Trump can have a defense chief whose views align more closely with the president's. This came one day after Trump rebuffed top advisers and decided to pull all U.S. troops out of Syria. Trump tweeted about Mattis' resignation the same day and said he would nominate a successor shortly. Mattis is due to leave his position at the end of February.

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New Defense Secretary Mattis Arrives at Pentagon

(21 Jan 2017) James Mattis, President Donald Trump's Defense Secretary, arrives at the Pentagon for his first visit since being sworn into office Friday night.
Mattis was confirmed by the Senate Friday afternoon.


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USA: Trump officially announces James ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis as Defense Secretary nominee

US President-elect Donald Trump formally announced that General James 'Mad Dog' Mattis was his nomination for US Defence Secretary at a rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina on Tuesday.

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President Donald Trump’s Transgender Military Ban Frozen By Sec. of Defense James Mattis | TODAY

Secretary of Defense James Mattis has placed a freeze on President Trump’s controversial decision to ban transgender people from serving in the military. NBC’s Peter Alexander reports for TODAY from the White House.
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USA: 'Mad Dog' Mattis sworn in as US defence secretary

Retired Marine Gen James Mattis took the oath of office to become the 26th Defence Secretary of the United States during an inauguration ceremony at The Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, Friday.

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